"Current Nanoscience has built a special multifaceted niche in the growing world of nanoscience and nanotechnology with its attention to medical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology related quality publications, in addition to excellent articles in the fields of materials, physics and electronics".
Dr. Erol Sancaktar, Ph.D., FASME Professor, Polymer Engineering and Mechanical Engineering, The University of Akron, Akron OH 44325-0301, USA
"In my opinion, Bentham journals are themslves high quality productions, publishing carefully-reviewed topical articles. Personally, I am gratified to be associated with the Bentham journals in review and eitorial capacities as I feel those activities helps support an important edifice in scientific publishing that is responsible for the communication and archiving an invaluble wealth of knowledge".
Dr. Stephen C. Lee Department of Biomedical Engineering and Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute The Ohio State University Columbus OH, USA
"Current Nanoscience covers a key field for the technology of the 21st century and contains important research and highlight papers as well as authoritative reviews. It deserves the attention of the large number of scientists dealing with nanomaterials to keep up with this rapid development. Current Nanoscience is recommended reading for scientists in the nanoscience field. Current Nanoscience has the potential to become one of the leading journals for the key field of Nanoscience".
Dr. H. Cölfen University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany
"Nanoscience is an intrinsic interdisciplinary field that is seeing explosive growth involving researchers from basic sciences, engineering, and medicine. The nanoscale architectures of naturally occurring and synthetic biomaterials will play a key role in controlling mechanical and cellular responses and will result in new bioimplants and medical devices."
Yogesh K. Vohra University of Alabama, USA
"I hope that Current Nanoscience will become one of key leading review journals in such edge-cutting and exciting nanoscience field."
Shu-Hong Yu University of Science and Technology of China, China
"Nanoscience is a growing field of research where biology, physics, and chemistry meet. Current Nanoscience publishes studies on an ultra-small scale covering this whole interdisciplinary spectrum of sciences, providing a unique platform for the exchange of knowledge in the Nanoscience community."
Simon Scheuring Institut Curie, France
"In consideration of the growing role that nanoscience plays at the cross-road of various scientific fields, the comprehensive multidisciplinary reviews and advanced articles published in Current Nanoscience should prove invaluable to a large scientific research community and to technology developers and users."
Thierry Burnouf Human Plasma Product Services, France
Prof. Dae Joon Kang Sungkyunkwan University Suwon (South Korea)
Dr. Dae Joon Kang is a Professor in Sungkyunkwan University, Korea. He obtained his Ph.D. (Condensed Matter Physics) from University of Cambridge, UK in 1999. He completed his M.S. (Materials Science and Engineering) from University of Florida, USA in 1991.
He has been awarded with various Honors and Awards:
Innovative Research Award from Nano Korea 2013 International Symposium
Marquis Who′s Who in Asia 2012
The Best Paper Award from Natural Science College, SKKU, 2010
Marquis Who′s Who in the World 2009 and 2014